World: Hussein's 14 Questions

One of the several reasons for the peace talks stalemate is another temporary chill in relations between Jerusalem and Washington. The Israelis are worried about what they feel is a pro-Arab, or at least a pro-Egyptian, tilt on the part of the U.S. As a prime example, they cite an October visit to Amman by Assistant Secretary of State Harold Saunders, who gave Jordan's King Hussein the official U.S. answers to 14 questions that the King had raised about the Camp David accords. Saunders, at various times a CIA, National Security Council and...

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